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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday that the state has seen a "significant" increase in deaths as a result of COVID-19 as New York... [Read More]
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The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees meeting in person and remotely, in regular session at the Workforce Development Center in Quincy, March 18,... [Read More]
Governor Reynolds on Monday, March 23 announced the launch of a new Iowa Small Business Relief Program that will provide financial assistance to small businesses... [Read More]
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Even though COVID-19 has all the attention right now, the days keep coming and going and that is moving the calendar into that time that... [Read More]
From London to Athens and other locked down cities, virus-related graffiti is appearing on Europe's empty streets. [Read More]
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Lee County Supervisors will hold an emergency teleconference meeting at 9 a.m. Friday March 27, to discuss the financial plight of Lee County EMS. [Read More]
Jared Poole has filled many coaching roles in his short time at Keokuk. In his three years with the school, Poole has served as an... [Read More]
Culver-Stockton College has named Brian Davidson the new men's head soccer coach. [Read More]
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has been notified of 21 additional positive cases of Iowans with COVID-19, for a total of 145 positive... [Read More]
The Keokuk Area Community Foundation working together with The Keokuk Area Chamber of Commerce have established The Keokuk Area COVID-19 Response Fund to address the... [Read More]
A week ago, members of the Montrose Scout Troop went door to door in Montrose, leaving plastic bags for residents to fill with food donations... [Read More]
The coronavirus is waging a war of attrition against health care workers throughout the world, but nowhere is it winning more battles than in Italy... [Read More]
What started out as a reckless driving complaint on Monday ended up with two being arrested after a police chase, with one being charged with... [Read More]
Livy Osbon was really close to reaching her goal to sell 2,500 boxes of Girl Scout cookies after having a stand outside of Walmart on... [Read More]
Iowa is an agricultural state that produces corn, beans, and livestock, and we feed the world. Our agricultural productivity is the engine of all Iowa... [Read More]
New businesses pop up occasionally, and one that repairs computers is something that is a needed fixture in any community. With just about everyone owning... [Read More]
Clark County senior Nathan Frazee was looking at attending the University of Missouri after high school, but the University of Central Missouri made him an... [Read More]
A giant positive in our time of need. [Read More]
At Iowa CCI, we are concerned for our community members who have lived without essential services for years under our privatized Medicaid system, and who... [Read More]
County officials are scrambling to secure ambulance service for residents in the immediate future and for the long-term. [Read More]
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